Niagara Falls, Ontario is a town that understands the value of tourists and visitors coming to admire the falls and the picturesque Niagara Region. This means that Niagara Falls’ infrastructure goes out of its way to ensure that getting around town is easy for both locals and guests from out of town.
Niagara Falls Incline Railway
Sometimes, it’s what appears at first to only be a small touch that makes the biggest difference to getting around town quickly and effectively. The Falls Incline Railway, for instance– a 50-metre funicular railway that takes travellers up and down a small section of the slope leading to the Niagara riverbank. While it offers breathtaking views, the ride is short. But it saves pedestrians at least twenty minutes’ walking time in getting from the Table Rock Welcome Centre – and is associated attractions, including the Journey Behind the Falls – to the Fallsview Tourist Area and back. It’s the best way to travel from the heart of the town to the rim of the Horseshoe Falls with ease.
Niagara Falls WEGO
For getting around town, one of the best options available to visitors to Niagara Falls is the WEGO bus system. Shuttles connect the town’s main accommodation centres and tourist attractions throughout the town and nearby parkland. There are various routes that service the main commercial and tourist areas of Niagara Falls, as well as lines that take passengers towards Niagara-on-the-Lake and servicing local landmarks such as the Floral Clock.
The WEGO system functions on 24-hour passes, that will cover all WEGO transport for the 24 hour period once activated.
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